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“Qiaobi Detergent Ad Might Be the Most Racist TV Commercial Ever Made,” blared the Huffington Post headline. The public outrage ultimately caused the company to pull the ad and issue an apology, saying, “We have no intentions to discriminate against people of color. Ethnic discrimination is something we strongly reject and condemn”.
This has refocused attention on Mr Gore’s Oscar winning film, An Inconvenient Truth, which has been called by its critics a ‘shockumentary’. It was in the news earlier this week when a High Court judge ruled that the film should only be shown in schools with accompanying guidance notes to balance what the judge called Mr Gore’s “one sided views”. My colleague Craig Oliver has blogged on this..
That’s the kind of thing we could do if you weren’t standing in the way. Instead you think slavery is “cool bud” and you think we should leave these immigrants to languish in detention or even worse let them in with no money no skills and no network of support so they become a drain on society and have no way to benefit their new country or their old country in a meaningful way. You would have them and their children live in poverty all for one more democratic voter, where I would raise them and their homeland up and give them the skills and pride to live the real American dream, all they have to do is a little forced labor.
A Journey Into Music is a Sundog Pictures Ltd production. The programme is executive produced by Sam Anthony for Sundog Pictures Ltd. It was commissioned for BBC Four by Jan Younghusband, Head of Commissioning, Music Television for Channel Editor, Cassian Harrison..
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Our sister programme, The World at One, had a go earlier at trying to find out how this report may affect British policy Britain being one of the three EU countries (along with Germany and France) who are leading negotiations with Iran over its nuclear programme. The foreign secretary, David Miliband, was cautious though. He refused to commit, saying Britain would study the report but make its own intelligence assessments, but he said the report fits into the wider strategy of negotiating, and offering carrots and threatening tougher sanctions on Iran to try to get Tehran to agree not to continue enriching uranium..